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'USA Today' Explains Kelley Flap
In comments e-mailed to USA Today late Monday, star foreign correspondent Jack Kelley, who resigned last week, said he still stands behind his work. "Every story published under my byline has been accurate based on what I saw, the interviews conducted and the details available at the time," Kelley wrote. - January 13, 2004

Will London's Tab Experiment Affect U.S. Broadsheets?
Let's start with a couple quick facts. Fact One: Last September in London, the 17-year-old broadsheet The Independent launched a same-day tabloid twin of itself. Fact Two: Two months later the 218-year-old Times of London followed suit with its own downsized clone. Fact Three: The entire global newspaper industry seems to be watching to see what's going to happen next in Merry Old England. - January 13, 2004

Welcome to the New 'E&P'
Welcome to the new E&P! Today subscribers begin receiving the first monthly print edition, while E&P Online launches a completely redesigned and expanded Web site, all aimed at better serving our readers with more information in a more timely fashion. - January 12, 2004

Worcester's First Union Contract Expected This Week
Journalists Arrested After Criticizing Zimbabwe Prez
Fewer People Read Newspapers for Election News
Two French Journalists Freed in Pakistan
'USA Today' to Explain Kelley Flap in Tues. Edition
Could Freeman Return to 'NY Times?'
'Wallpaper's Tyler Brule to Dress Up 'FT'
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A New Editor for 'The Tampa Tribune'
Frank M. Denton has been named editor of The Tampa Tribune. Denton has served as editor of the Wisconsin State Journal since 1986.

'Carroll County Times' Gets New Publisher
Sarah K. Baker has been named publisher of the Carroll County Times in Westminster, Md.

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New 'E&P' Is Over a Century in the Making
- by Greg Mitchell - January 13, 2004
Press Should Keep Open Mind on Campaign 2004
- by Tom Wicker - January 13, 2004
Two Thumbs Down on Movie Blurbing
- by Allan Wolper - January 13, 2004

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Following Mom and Dad Into the Newsroom
Eleven sets of parents and kids talk about how and why the news bug got passed from generation to generation.

New Challenges for Papers Covering Native Americans
With some Native Americans gaining wealth and local influence, newspapers on and off "the Rez" face a new set of challenges.

Busy First Year for Newsplex
In its first year of operation, Ifra's Newsplex in Columbia, S.C., has hosted journalists from around the world, all eager to learn about news reporting of tomorrow.

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On the Inside Looking Out
John Kuntz, The Plain Dealer, Cleveland
Molly Dalton wipes the condensation off the windows inside the Quizno Restaurant on W. 3rd and Lakeside Avenue so her lunch time co-workers, sister Amy Dalton (L), Bonnie Sara and Roberta Arnold (not seen) can see the cold pedestrians hurry by the window Jan. 7 in Cleveland. The temperature with wind chill dipped into the single digits that morning.

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Editor Sees Israel Beyond the Headlines
Rocky Mountain News, Denver

728 Corrections: Sign of Trouble or Healthy Paper?
Fort Worth (Texas) Star-Telegram

Andy Card: 'It's Not Our Job to Be Sources'
New York Daily News

Howard Kurtz: How the Press Decides Winners
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